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Nicknamed The Tall Texan, Walker had more than 30 charted records during a nearly 60-year career; and was a longtime member of the Grand Ole Opry. Buddy Holly, The Crickets, Buddy Holly & The Crickets, Billy Walker, Buddy Holly &The Crickets, Buddy Holly & The Crickets feat. We picked up for you all the songs Billy Walker in one place. Listen online, or download mp3 in any convenient format on your computer or phone.
Profile of the performer Billy Walker: American country singer and guitarist best-known for his 1962 hit (I'd Like To Be In) Charlie's Shoes. Not confuse with guitarist and producer. Nicknamed The Tall Texan, Walker had more than 30 charted records during a nearly 60-year career; and was a longtime member of the Grand Ole Opry. Billy Walker was born January 14, 1929 in Ralls, Texas. On May 21, 2006, Walker died when the van he was driving back to Nashville after a performance in Foley, Alabama veered off Interstate 65 in Fort Deposit and overturned
Billy Walker (January 14, 1929 – May 21, 2006) was an American country-music singer and guitarist, nicknamed "The Tall Texan. Walker was born in Ralls, Texas, in 1929, and became active in the Dallas music scene in the late 1940s. Walker was a cast member on ABC-TV's Ozark Jubilee in the late 1950's.
Selected popular Billy Walker song of Monday, December 3 2018 is "Hello Darlin'". Top Billy Walker Albums. The Gun, the Gold and the Girl, Cross the Brazos at Waco. A Walk with Billy Walker. Billy Walker - His Very Best - EP. Anything Your Heart Desires. Smoky Places Related Information for Billy Walker Billy Walker (January 14, 1929 – May 21, 2006) was an American country-music singer and guitarist, nicknamed "The Tall Texan.
Album titlle: The Tall Texan 1960-62. Label BRITISH ARCHIVE. Known as 'The Tall Texan', Claude Gray was from Henderson in east Texas (where he was born on January 26, 1932). He left the Navy in 1954 with the idea of getting into the entertainment business. After a stint as a dee-jay in Kilgore, Texas, he moved to Meridian, Mississippi, and first recorded for Minor Records. He joined Pappy Daily's D Records in 1958, and finally hit paydirt with this song. He stayed with Opry star Billy Walker before moving into a trailer park sandwiched between a used car lot and a veterans' cemetery.
|A2||Anything Your Heart Desires||2:29|
|A3||Cross The Brazos At Waco||2:04|
|A5||Sing Me A Love Song To Baby||2:47|
|B1||When A Man Loves A Woman (The Way That I Love You)||2:25|
|B2||I Taught Her Everything She Knows||2:02|
|B4||She Goes Walking Through My Mind||2:47|
|B5||Thank You For Calling||2:14|
- Record Company – Major Recording Co.
- Copyright (c) – MRC Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MRC Records
- Distributed By – Major Marketing, Inc.
- Backing Vocals – The Laverna Moore Singers
- Design – Pinwheel Studios, Inc.*
- Musician – Billy Linneman, D.J. Fontana, Hargus "Pig" Robbins*, James D. Capps*, Leon Rhodes, Weldon Myrick
- Photography By – Herb Burnette
- Producer – Billy Walker, Ray Pennington
- Typography [Lettering] – Bill Noss
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): M7S-136
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): M7S-137